Council bosses said Festival Gardens and Bramley-Moore Dock “will be the two bookends of the city centre” along the waterfront.

 

Everton’s new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium will be one of the “bookends” of a £2bn regeneration of Liverpool’s waterfront.

That was the message from a Regeneration Summit in Liverpool today as council bosses again said they thought the proposed arena in the North Docks would boost the city’s economy.

And they said they would be looking at transport options along the waterfront as the stadium plans gather pace.

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